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  • Croker’s “Life and Letters, ” and Hayward’s “Letters” [he notes] are so full of politics, literature, action, events, collision of mind with mind, and that with such a multitude of men in every state of life, that when I look back, it seems as if I had been simply useless.

    Cardinal Manning: Part X 1918

  • Gualter (in _Zurich_, and _Original Letters, Parker Society_) little can be gathered; thus much have I gleaned, that though mention is oftentimes made of Scotland, yet not sufficient to identify Gualter as being a native of that country; yet it should be observed that he dedicated his Homilies on the Galatians to the King of Scotland, _Zurich Letters_ (second series) cxviii., see also, cxxix., cxxx.

    Notes and Queries, Number 68, February 15, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc. Various 1852

  • In deference to the gentleman, it would seem, Richardson deletes his flattery of Hill on pages xxix and xxxi, and “_some of the most beautiful Letters that have been written in any Language_” become simply “_Letters_.”

    Samuel Richardson's Introduction to Pamela Samuel Richardson 1725

  • I shall now treat of the _Letters_ especially, and will examine them so, as both the absolute Simplicity of the _German Letters_ may be manifested; and other Nations, from their Mode of Formation, may learn, how they ought to pronounce them; upon this account also, I shall add how improperly some Nations do render the same Letters in their own Language.

    Surdus loquens. English John Conrade Amman 1696

  • Introduction and Notes by E. de Sélincourt, _Life of Keats_ (English Men of Letters Series) by Sidney Colvin, and _Letters of John Keats_ edited by Sidney Colvin.

    Keats: Poems Published in 1820 John Keats 1808

  • -- Letters to Murray, Sept. 11, Oct. 8, 1820, _Letters_, 1901, v. 75-89.] [402] [Byron admits (_vide ante_, p. 340) that the character of the

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 4 George Gordon Byron Byron 1806

  • The opening track "Letters" is a nic piece of pop as well -- you can go to their site and track it down.

    Music (For Robots): April 2006 Archives 2006

  • The opening track "Letters" is a nic piece of pop as well -- you can go to their site and track it down.

    They Sound a Little Better in Print (Music (For Robots)) 2006

  • Letters from a Young Activist queers have faith too?

    Weblogs 2009

  • He jumped headlong into the angst and adolescent alienation and then moved to Mark Twain's "Letters from the Earth".

    A sad day for bananafish 2010


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